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The article focuses on Mitt Romney's and Paul Ryan's rally speeches from Aug 12th (videos included)
There was a time it seemed the sum total of the Romney campaign would be simply a referendum on Obama's failed record. That will get you far, but in today's stagnant economy with Americans' anxiety about the future at all time highs, a campaign needs more than that. It needs to offer voters a choice and a realistic path to get American back to work again. Today, at a homecoming rally for Paul Ryan in Wisconsin, Mitt Romney and his running mate did just that.
Originally posted by hangedman13
The same people hammering Romney and now Ryan are for the most part the same one's who didn't give a fig about the similar problems of Obama in 2008. The tax return issue, how about school tran.birth certificate? Before the hammer falls on me for being a birther maybe they were both sealed because one would show something illegal in the other? Ryan's voting record? What about then sen. Obama's lack of one? Besides voting present? I'm liking the use the super pacs have gotten from Obama lately, how many has he had to distance himself from? For all the talk about Romney being a 1% why is it that no one questions the hollywood and financial types hosting 40,000$ a plate fund raisers. Wouldn't they being doing that to protect their own interests??? I'll vote Romney/Ryan because there isn't a blaring conflict vs what he says and what he does!
"We’re 7th in literacy, 27th in math, 22nd in science, 49th in life expectancy, 178th in infant mortality, third in median household income, number four in labor force and number four in exports. We lead the world in only three categories. Number of incarcerated citizens per capita, number of adults who believe angels are real and defense spending..."
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Is it all about international policies ?
President Obama has a long history of opposing work for welfare. Last month, President Obama ended work requirements for welfare. Mitt Romney believes work must be part of welfare and will put work back in welfare.
President Obama proudly proclaimed that his economic plan had "worked." Though with a decline in median household income and forty-one straight months of unemployment above eight percent, it's hard to see how it has been a success. It's time for a change. America needs a new president.
Originally posted by TimesUp
We should succeed. Instead of states succeeding we should succeed our personal bodies and declare them to be independent sovereign nations.
Bottom line is, instead of voting, let's just go on vacation.
The sooner we collectively wake up and realize as a whole that this is just a game designed to give us a false sense of reality the quicker this will come to a head.
This game has been on since they first invented money.
Kings and Queens, Emperors and Empresses, every now an then we get someone who sneaks in somehow, someway, maybe Kennedy or someone like that. Otherwise, just blood relatives from a long blood line dripping back to Babylon.
Originally posted by inverslyproportional
reply to post by xuenchen
Any person that doesn't write in Ron Paul will be personally smacked by me repeatedly over the next for years every single time they complain how romney/ryan are messing things up.
Look at their records, romney is obviously a croney capitalist, paul ryan has a voting record I would expect from a hitler or stalin type minded person.
It is insanity to keep voting the same lowlifes in and expecting any different result. Things will not change, unless WE change the type of people we are sending to washington.
I don't understand how people don't understand that, it couldn't be more obvious if it was smacking you in the face.